Introduction to Wheel Throwing 2 will offer the continued practice of centering and creating a cylinder vessel. Demonstration and discussion on advanced surface decoration and glazing techniques will also be covered. Students should have previously taken Introduction to Wheel Throwing 1 to participate in this class. During this class, students are eligible for open studio time.
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Instruction will include students’ skills in the areas of general properties of clay, throwing on the wheel, and glazing. This is a class that will allow you to get your hands dirty, make mistakes, and get the feel of the wheel. No previous experience in clay is needed for this class. Upon completing this class, students are eligible for open studio time.
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Have you ever been interested in learning the art of metalsmithing in order to create your own, one-of-a-kind jewelry? In this Beginning Metalsmithing and Jewelry course, students will learn to solder, texture, saw, file, and set a stone while creating a beautiful ring to take home. Students will also learn jewelry studio safety protocols and how to properly use and care for the tools. No previous metalsmithing experience is required. Upon completion of this course, students may sign up to use the studio during open studio hours.
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Join instructor Kathy Shann for this fun, exploratory ink and watercolor class. Participants will produce three "practice" paintings. The results are always fascinating! With just a pencil, black fine-tip sharpie, and watercolors, the paintings come to life. Some drawing experience is helpful but not required.
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The goal of Open Studio is for students to work freely on their own projects within a flexible schedule. Open Studio is open to students that have completed Wheel 1 or Handbuilding. During these hours students may come in and work. This is not a led class, but more of a working studio where questions can be addressed to instructors and peers. We hope to create an environment where students can experiment and get creative while having a community of support!
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Looking for a new hobby or a special gift? Try using a rigid heddle loom to weave a beautiful scarf. With the loom prewarped by the instructor, you'll be able to start your project straight away. Looms are provided, but if you have your own and want to learn how to use it, bring it to the first class. The instructor will reach out to class members about a week before the class to discuss yarn and color options. Plan on bringing around 500 yards of yarn to ensure you have enough to complete your scarf.
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